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Water Heating Systems

There are various types of heating systems. The most commonly used in South Africa are the ones described below.  

  • Solar panels for heating pools
  • Solar panel for heating geysers
  • Retrofit systems
  • Preheat systems
  • Direct systems
  • Heat Pumps for heating pools
  • Heat pumps for heating Geysers
  • SOLNET Maintenance and repairs

Solar Pool Heating Panels

The most effective, solar heating panels for your swimming pool, is by using inert black plastic polymers that cannot be corroded by pool chemicals or eroded by water. Designs with individual tubes allow the roof to breathe, dry out. Individual tube design also reduce wind load, reducing the need for complicated mounting systems. Solar pool heating panels are installed on the north facing roof for maximum sun coverage during a solar day.

Pool Heat Pumps

Swimming pool heat pumps also known as a pool heater are very effective and cost effective to run. Used for Olympic swimming pools, domestic swimming pools, industrial water heating, guest houses, hotels, government swimming pools, you get the picture, basically to heat large amounts of water, like pools etc.

Solar Geysers

The best way to save on your eskom electrical account is by installing a Solnet Solar Geyser. It consists of a solar geyser with a flat plate collector and also has a electrical backup system in case of overcast, rainy or load shedding days.  Again solar geysers and collectors are placed on the north facing roof for maximum sun coverage during a solar day.  See our solar geyser section.

Geyser Heat Pumps

These units work and performs the same as the Swimming Pool Heat pump but with only 22mm Connections. It uses about 70% less than the Conventional electric element method of heating the Water in the geyser / boiler.

“I’d put my money on the sun and solar energy. What source of power! I hope that we don’t wait till oil and coal runs out before we tackle that”.

Thomas Edison (1847 – 1941)

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